Really, it's science!
We can call on John Hollinger’s player efficiency rating (PER), a measure of productivity on a per-minute basis, to lend us a hand. For reference, a 15.0 PER is average and a 11.0 PER marks the productivity of a borderline rotation player.has a 28.2 PER, which is tops for all remaining players in the playoffs.
Bibby’s playoff PER?
Of the 3,105 times that a player has logged at least 180 minutes in a postseason, where does Bibby’s 1.1 PER rank?
So, next time you're watching theand wondering to friends whether might actually be the worst point guard in the history of the playoffs, now you can quote some evidence!